Dortmund insist there are no offers for Bellingham
By Rune Gjerulff @runegjerulff
Sebastian Kehl insists no offers have come in for Jude Bellingham.
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Speaking to Kicker, the BVB boss made it clear that there is no truth to recent speculation suggesting that the 19-year-old will make a decision on his future soon.
"We will talk to him and his parents in due course, but there is no pressure at the moment. Jude wants to concentrate fully on football. And there are no offers at all, by the way," Kehl said.
However, with clubs such as Real Madrid, Manchester City and Liverpool reportedly monitoring the midfielder, Kehl knows it will be hard to keep him long-term.
"Other important players like [Jadon] Sancho or [Erling] Haaland have moved on at some point, that can always happen to us, we know that," noted Kehl.
"If and when that will be the case with Jude, I can't say today, and from a purely sporting point of view, I would be stupid to want to give up Jude Bellingham."
Bellingham's contract with Dortmund expires in 2025.